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  1. Lucerne
  2. Brienz
  3. Emmental
  4. Neuhausen am Rheinfall
  5. Kandersteg
  6. Unterwasser
  7. Flims
  8. Brissago Island
  9. Wildhaus
  10. Gruyère Pays-d'Enhaut Regional Nature Park
  11. Viamala
  12. Stans
  13. Wasserauen Ebenalp
  14. Montreux
  15. Bern
  16. Airolo
  17. Aletsch Arena
  18. Thun
  19. Basel
  20. Zernez
  21. Geneva
  22. Appenzell
  23. Seengen
  24. Monte Generoso
  25. Albulatal / Bergün
  26. Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces
  27. Jura & Three-Lakes
  28. Zug
  29. Noiraigue
  30. Lugano
  31. Fribourg / Freiburg
  32. S. Carlo
  33. Veytaux
  34. Schwarzsee
  35. Zurich
  36. Lausanne
  37. Engelberg
  38. Laax
  39. Stoos – Fronalpstock
  40. Gstaad
  41. Zermatt
  42. Engadin
  43. St. Gallen
  44. Saas-Fee
  45. Jungfraujoch
  46. Crans-Montana
  47. Andermatt
  48. Rigi

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Discover Switzerland with Roger Federer

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The Matterhorn and Switzerland are inseparably linked to each other. The pyramid shaped colossus of a mountain, which is very difficult to climb, is said to be the most-photographed mountain in the world. The Klein-Matterhorn ("Little Matterhorn"), which can be reached via a funicular, lies adjacent to the Matterhorn.

Learn more about: Matterhorn


To stand high above Europe's largest waterfall, feeling the roar and vibration of the water over one's entire body - this can be experienced at the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen. By ship one can reach castles, the Rhine Falls Basin and even the mighty rock in the midst of the waterfall.

Learn more about: Rheinfall


Incredibly immense, incredibly beautiful: the Large Aletsch Glacier is the Alps' mightiest ice flow. And the most popular, for it is easily accessible and is ideally situated for extensive hikes, winter sports and special nature excursions.

Learn more about: Aletsch

Creux du Van

"Creux du Van", a natural rock arena of immense proportions, is located at the border of the cantons of Neuenburg and Vaud. Impressive 160 meter high vertical rock faces surround a four kilometer long and over one kilometer wide valley basin.

Learn more about: Creux du Van


10,000 years ago, 100 billion cubic metres of rock thundered into the valley. Known as the Flims Rockslide, this event created the Ruinaulta, a canyon-like gorge in the Anterior Rhine Valley that can be reached on foot, over water, by train or by bike.

Learn more about: Rheinschlucht

St. Gotthard Pass

Even the Romans avoided the immense mass of the Gotthard. The Pass only gained significance around the year 1200, when the Schöllenen Ravine between Göschenen and Andermatt was developed. Today the Gotthard Pass is the main North-South connection, traversed by leisure hikers and pass enthusiasts.

Learn more about: St. Gotthard Pass


Switzerland’s most visited museum showcases the past, present and future of mobility with interactive and varied exhibits. In addition to the museum, unique attractions found nowhere else in Switzerland, such as the film theatre, planetarium, Swiss Chocolate Adventure and Media World, are just waiting to be discovered.

Learn more about: Verkehrshaus

Swiss National Park

Everything is nature-oriented in the Swiss National Park in the Engadine. All this can be enjoyed in an area of over 170 square kilometers. Thanks to 80 kilometers of hiking paths, nature trails and excursion destinations for children and families; everyone can have a good time. The Swiss National Park, founded in 1914, is the oldest in the Alps.

Learn more about: Swiss National Park

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